Apple haters no doubt, because that's how the fruit factory has designed things. Apples advantage is that they are ruthless on deprecating obsolete code. Like the venerable Core whatever, Windows remains compatible with stuff written in the early 1980's.
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Re: Apps aren't the problem? Rubbish!
From your post, may I be so bold as to suggest a Crackberry for your next phone.
Keep it up with improvements...
Such as the idiotic auto-play videos, and they won't have any mobile users in no time at all. Thankfully, there's facebook purity and facebook cleaner to put a stop to this crap on desktops.
There goes shark week down the drain. What will Discovery do now?*
* I hear Honey-Booboo is available so perhaps all is not lost.
I think they got the name wrong...
Perhaps, given the lack of control over formatting and even the lack of an undo function, this new application should really be called "Pray".
One only has to look at Nortel as a start. Then there's DEC, Compaq, MCI etc. etc. etc.
Goldman makes off with the gold, the employees are simply laid off.
5000 for the high jump, sadly.
Re: it's binary...
No, 8 is not a number in base 8. It could be base 9 though. But then again, it might just be http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/All_your_base_are_belong_to_us
None the less, I wonder when they are going to release Windows Mountain Lion?
Speed isn't everything
The cheap SD card probably won't tolerate many write cycles before crapping out.
Steve Jobs is alive!
And working at Intel. Banish all ye cables!!!!! If they made the mouse and keyboard wirelessly chargeable too, they might have something.
The blocky minecraft theme matches the IFKAM perfectly well. Perhaps mineccraft will be the new home screen. Perhaps BoB was just a tad too early.
Third time's the charm?
I don't quite think that Intel has figured out the customer wants it's own system on a chip, and not what Intel says will be the system on the chip. Time will tell.
Not at Microsoft. (See Sinosky (sp?))
Re: I'd call it "Spinal Tap"
Lost my coffee. +11
I hate to rain on your parade
But on the surface, I would say the future looks cloudy for Mixrosoft.
And here I thought IS-IS stood for the intermediate system to intermediate system routing protocol, which would indeed terrify US Phone giants. Perhaps they should rename it to Open Source Payment Facility.
See Spot (not) run. Oh bother, the battery is pooped our again.
And here I though XP was already a cash register - for Microsoft. Ker-Ching!
Re: Windows and Intel together in a tablet
What's the point? Pane relief
It's been done already. Windows for warships, complete with blue screen of death, for the missle cruiser which had to be towed back to port.
Re: I didn't understand what Bing was
Bing Is Not Google.
Or maybe: Bing Is No Good.
Except that most of those sites running IIS are parked domains. If one scrolls down the page a tad, one sees that the line for IIS for active sites and million busiest sites is sloping downwards. Nginx seems to be gaining share.
Windows servers default settings make...
I'm still howling with laughter over that one. As if anyone who could create an exploit would be stopped. Who comes up with this anyway? Get him or her a Pulitzer.
It's all an illusion.
You can't grow a company by cutting.
It's all a big casino these days, so don't bother yourself with any of that analysis stuff.
And the point would be?
Work phone/personal phone?
Look out below.
It won't be the commodity stuff that puts a stake in Cisco's heart, rather, it will be Huawei.
If I were Intel...
I would be quite concerned.
Re: JS is the new ASM?
Don't confuse strong typing with dynamic binding. Strong typing just means all type errors are detected, which doesn't necessarily mean at compile time.
Loose typing, while making code easy to write, is a pain in the arse for reliable programs.
Intel machines translate most instructions into a more RISC-like internal architecture. Note that the L1 instruction cache stores pre-decoded instructions. This is a hint. It is truly amazing that a register starved architecture can perform so well. Kudos to the Intel engineers.
Time travelers do indeed exist. Just look at the NANEX data just prior to any announcement by the Federal Reserve.
Re: Apple maps - could be worse
Unfortunately, the mapping data for Apple maps still sucks (blame Tom-Tom?). The new bridge over the St Lawrence river on Autoroute 30, which has been open for over a year, still hasn't shown up. Apple maps will want you to go across the crumbling Champlain bridge instead.
Re: OOh lets dangle the maps
iOS is not the MAC desktop operating system. Given this rather blaring error, I can only deduce the rest of the post is about as accurate.
Re: Yeah right
Better be worried
He probably has an acoustic modem and runs uucp to do that email thing. I'll bet there's still a sendmail config for that!
Doesn't need blackberry
'Cause they probably have the secret sauce already. Memories of iOS (no,the other one) come to mind.
Re: Doesn't necessarily mean it's Microsoft's fault
Apparently, Microsoft does indeed test their browser, at least on their own web sites. None the less, they still ship it despite "also making life difficult for users of Microsoft's own Outlook Web Access webmail product."
Left hand, meet right hand.
Except that even some Microsoft sites are borked too: "and is also making life difficult for users of Microsoft's own Outlook Web Access webmail product."
'Tis curious that Prem Watsa stepped down from the board just a short time ago only to buy the company lock stock and barrel today. He's also on record saying less than two years ago that the company needed 3-5 years to turn around. Deep discount buy, or catching a falling knife?
Re: 2 hours?
I'm not that patient.
Re: How much an Ultrabook costs?
I don't know about that. Emacs would certainly be able to use 10 point multitouch.
Re: Quickoffice files save into Google Drive
It's comfortable knowing your data is not only backed up, but backed up offsie too!
Re: Why oh why
Elop was/is a Canadian, ne c'est pas?
Standard operating procedure
Robert X Cringely would not find this cock up surprising at all. http://www.cringely.com/2013/06/20/ibm-to-customers-your-hand-is-staining-my-window/
Crufty old machines.
A nice man from AECL came by one day to talk about the nuclear industry. Essentially, keeping the old stuff running is far far cheaper than swapping in new hardware. New stuff means an extended shutdown and recertification. This is not cheap at all, especially the recertification process. So if some bit of hardware beaks, remanufacture the part.
Put a stake in it
And give the shareholders their money back.
I think we need a few more TROLL roads to make us all pay pay pay.
What about maps? Google saved iOS's sorry arse.